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There are some changes to the BCP Council area community testing site locations and operating times.

Changes to BCP Council area community testing sites

There are some changes to the BCP Council area community testing site locations and operating times.

Residents and businesses in north Dorset have more access to community testing.

More access to community testing in north Dorset

Residents and businesses in north Dorset have more access to community testing.

Businesses no longer have to register for community testing.

Businesses no longer need to register for LFD testing

Businesses no longer have to register for community testing.

All parents of school and college students can now get two rapid COVID-19 tests each week.

Parents of school and college students can get rapid COVID-19 tests

All parents of school and college students can now get two rapid COVID-19 tests each week.

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Unpaid carers offered community testing

Weekly asymptomatic lateral flow device testing is available at community testing sites across Dorset for unpaid carers.

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New COVID-19 mobile testing sites in Dorset

Two new mobile testing units have been added to the list of mobile coronavirus testing site locations for residents who have COVID-19 symptoms and need a test.

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More mobile Covid-19 testing sites in Dorset

Two more mobile testing units have been added to the list of mobile coronavirus testing site locations for residents who need COVID-19 tests.

Local residents in Weymouth, Poole and Christchurch are set to see increased access to testing with the introduction of walk-in ‘local testing sites’ (LTS).

Covid-19 testing sites to become more accessible

Local residents in Weymouth, Poole and Christchurch are set to see increased access to testing with the introduction of walk-in ‘local testing sites’ (LTS).

Be cautious when considering forming Christmas bubbles over the festive season to minimise risks to friends and family.

Celebrate safely this Christmas

Be cautious when considering forming Christmas bubbles over the festive season to minimise risks to friends and family.

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